Are you surprised that I haven’t yet shared a pumpkin recipe this fall?! Well, you’re just as surprised as I am! But I couldn’t wait much longer. This pumpkin pie recipe is DELICIOUS, and a little different from the normal pumpkin pie out there.
What you see in this picture is the one solitary dish that keeps my family coming back for more at University Grill in Fort Myers, Florida. It is the baked cod, and it is oh so delicious! Succulent white cod baked in a Ritz cracker crust topped with creamy sauce that I am having a hard time describing for you because it’s the perfect blend of fresh (lemon, maybe?) and savory.
We’ve already shared a couple of stuffed pepper recipes here at HerbOnHerbs including Santa Fe Stuffed Bell Peppers and Chicken and Cream Cheese Stuffed Bell Peppers. One of our favorite things about stuffed peppers is the flexibility with the filling – you could easily add other ingredients (diced vegetables, rice, etc.) to the recipe with good results. You can also mess around with the amount of tomato sauce you use – just add more if you like a saucier filling!
Well we’ve had an extensive (unwanted!) break from food blogging over here at HerbOnHerbs! The site going down has been terribly frustrating and disheartening, but the good news is that we are back in business!
If you tried to visit HerbOnHerbs the past few weeks, you probably noticed that our site went down.
Thankfully, we were able to get the site back up and running. But WOW that was scary!
Will is an up and coming food blogger who, as his name suggests, is in junior high! He has a ton of fun personality that comes through in his blog posts, and he is already super talented! If he keeps this up, he is going to be one successful fellow! Learn a little bit more about Will below, and be sure to visit his food blog at Junior High Foodie!
So Mrs. Herb has already posted a little bit about Nana’s 90th birthday celebrations, but I wanted to show you just how marvelous the Blue Ridge Dining Room is at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. The Grove Park hosts more than one restaurant, but the Blue Ridge Dining Room has the most fantastic breakfast spread you can even dream of! The restaurant boasts several large, open dining rooms with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains: